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 Post subject: RF coil
Posted: Wed Jul 13, 2005 8:06 am 
 
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Hi everyone, im new to this group so i hope you can help me...
I've been working with HFSS for a while now, designing RF coils for MRI. The structure is pretty simple - a single turn coil with a coax feed. the feed is blocked by a copper block on its port end, and the inner coax connects to the coil... (coil radius=7cm) the problem is that i keep getting negative real part for my impedance in low freq. (around 100MHz).
Happend to any of you? what's that supposed to mean in HFSS?

thanks in advance
Alex


 
   
 
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Posted: Tue Jul 19, 2005 7:26 pm 
 
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Greetings Lechko:

I am not a HFSS user, but negative impedances in other simulators often indicate you are sampling at physical point that is located at or near a peak in a standing wave on the line. Constructive interference there can create a voltage greater than that which is applied. This is an indication of an impedance mismatch at the sampled frequency.

Or, it could be something else :lol:


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